on Tue, Apr 15, 2003 at 02:22:34PM +0000, randy cartwright (randall.cartwright@GTE.NET) wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm starting a new position doing SAS programming, and I'm going to need a
> SAS/STAT manual, which I don't currently have. I called the local SAS
> Institute office, but they don't stock manuals. Does anybody know where I
> can get an up-to-date STAT manual within a few days for a reasonable price?
SAS Institute publishes current (and possibly prior) versions of SAS
documentation online at http://www.sas.com/. You must register to view
the documents (more corporate idiocy from our favorite source).
Google generally turns up samizdat versions of documentation available
unencumbered, though you can't count on these being available long-term.
I'd suggest grabbing a copy of same if you find it and saving it to a
local system or webserver under your own control, except of course, that
might be a copyright violation.
SAS documentation _should_ be installed at your site. Of course, you're
not always at your site when you need to reference it.
Charming man. I wish I had a daughter so I could forbid her to marry one...